Sports Medicine

Concussion Medicine


Assistant Clinical Professor of Orthopedics, Rehabilitation, and Pediatrics

Mount Sinai School of Medicine


CALL 914-666-7900

666 Lexington Ave #210

Mt Kisco, NY 10549



Eric Small MD

Sports Medicine and Performance

Over Twenty Years Of Sports Medicine Experience

 Sports Medicine Care for Adolescent, High School, College, and Professional Athletes

 Treatment of All Sports Injuries

Football, Soccer, Baseball, Tennis, Hockey, Cross Country, Basketball, Rugby, Wrestling, Cheerleading, Gymnastics, Figure Skating, Track, Swimmers, Marathon Runners, Tri-Athletes, Fencing, Dancers, Lacrosse, Field Hockey, Softball, Volleyball, Equestrian, Martial Arts, Spartan Warriors, Performing arts medicine, Post-Partum Fitness.

Our objective is to provide the highest quality of care for patients- through management, preventative care, emergency care, and rehabilitation of injuries. The sports medicine staff works closely with patients, schools, nurses, physicians, and athletic trainers to prevent and treat all sports injuries.

From professional athletes to younger athletes, weekend warriors, athletic novices, and those looking to improve performance, our team offers individualized, comprehensive and expert care with a unique multidisciplinary approach.

Sports Concussions are clinically complex and require special understanding of sports, academics, and social activities.

As a sports medicine concussion specialist, Dr Small has been treating youth concussion patients for over twenty years. He provides expert diagnosis, management, and prevention strategies for each athlete. Unique return to play protocols are developed. Dr Small is a certified IMPACT CONCUSSION specialist and is a frequent lecturer to athletic organizations, schools, and medical groups, on the topic of youth sports concussion. Baseline concussion testing is also available as a valuable tool.

Exertional Compartment Syndrome
Strength, Conditioning, and Fitness
Throwing Program
ACL Prevention
Exercise Induced Asthma Testing
Concussion Rehabilitation
Complex Musculoskeletal Cases
Female Athlete
Endurance Athletes

Blue Cross

  • All Sports Injuries
  • Complex Musculoskeletal Cases
  • Fractures and Stress Fractures
  • Osgood Schlatter’s Disease
  • Sever’s Disease
  • ACL and MCL injuries
  • Ankle/Foot/Knee/Hip Injuries
  • Back Pain
  • Sprains and Overuse injuries
  • Hamstring and Quadriceps Injury
  • Calf Injury
  • Kids and Sports Injury Specialist
  • Return to Play Protocol
  • Dance and Performing Arts Medicine
  • Plantar Fasciitis
  • Exertional Headache
  • Growth Plate Injuries
  • Swimmers Shoulder
  • Shin Splints
  • Youth Concussion Medicine
  • Exercise Induced Asthma
  • Heat Injuries
  • Muscle Cramps
Sports Medicine
Concussion Medicine
Thursday, September 1st, 2016 at 1:09pm
Are you a runner with chronic knee, shin, or achilles pain? The solution is not to stop running. Instead, try...
Thursday, September 1st, 2016 at 1:08pm
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Tuesday, August 30th, 2016 at 10:47am
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Thursday, August 25th, 2016 at 9:57am
In a recent Wall Street Journal article, Dr. Small comments on the alarming increase of youth baseball players...

Youth Baseball and Surgery for Overuse  Injuries

Read featured article in the Wall Street Journal


Click Here to Read Featured Article With Dr Eric Small

Eric Small, MD, Pediatric and Adult Sports Medicine specialist with Westchester Health Orthopedics and Sports Medicine, Medical Director of Orthopedics and Sports Medicine with Westchester Health Associates, and assistant clinical professor of pediatrics, orthopedics and rehabilitation medicine at Mount Sinai School of Medicine, is featured in a June 6, 2016 article in The Wall Street Journal, commenting on the alarming increase in recent years of youth baseball players with worn-out shoulders and elbows from over-pitching.